He has assiduously tried to escape the long, prominent shadow of Bob Dylan, yet the older he gets, the more Jakob Dylan looks and sounds like his father. Thursday night, he joined his reunited band, the Wallflowers, on stage at the Midland, drawing a modest-size crowd (well under 1,000). For 90 minutes he entertained them with songs from all over his and his band’s catalog, especially “Glad It’s Over,” the latest Wallflowers album, its first in seven years. If the time away from the band invigorated Dylan in the slightest, he didn’t show it much on stage. The current version...
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